Ballymore Novices' Hurdle Odds

Day 2 - Wed 11th March 2020 - 1.30pm - Ballymore Novices' Hurdle - Class 1 - 2m5f

Envoi Allen
Envoi Allen1214101212
Andy Dufresne
Andy Dufresne--201616
Abracadabras
Abracadabras20----
Blue Sari
Blue Sari2516201616
Abacadabras
Abacadabras--25--
Malone Road
Malone Road25-162020
Thyme Hill
Thyme Hill33-253333
Get In The Queue
Get In The Queue25-333333
Shishkin
Shishkin--33--
Meticulous
Meticulous25-33--
Ask For Glory
Ask For Glory25-33--
Interconnected
Interconnected--40--
Sempo
Sempo33-50--

Odds correct as of 18 March 2019 09:36. Odds subject to change

BEST ODDS
VISIT ODDS
14/1
12/1
12/1
12/1
10/1
VISIT ODDS
25/1
20/1
16/1
16/1
16/1
VISIT ODDS
25/1
20/1
20/1
16/1
6. Get In The Queue
33/1
VISIT ODDS
33/1
33/1
33/1
25/1
VISIT ODDS
33/1
33/1
33/1
25/1
10. Ask For Glory
33/1
13. Interconnected
40/1

Odds correct as of 18 March 2019 09:36. Odds subject to change.

The Ballymore Novices' Hurdle is a race run over 2 miles and 5 furlongs for novice staying hurdlers aged 4 years or more and will be run on the second day of the annual Cheltenham Festival. The 2019 winner was City Island for trainer Martin Brassil.

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2019 Ballymore Novices' Hurdle Result

  Horse/SP Age Jockey Trainer
1st City Island 8/1 6 M Walsh M Brassil
2nd Champ 9/2 7 B Gerraghty N Henderson
3rd Bright Forecast 25/1 5 N D'Boinville B Pauling

Ballymore Novices' Hurdle Background

The Ballymore Novices' Hurdle is the first race on the second day of the festival and has produced some impressive winners in recent times. The likes of Mikael D'Haguenet and Peddlers Cross have won in the past and been leading contenders in the World Hurdle in following festivals.

The race was formerly known as the Neptune Novices' Hurdle and then the Royal & Sun Alliance, and involves a distance of 2 mile 5 furlong with ten hurdles to be jumped. It is open to novice hurdlers aged four and over, and went through a spell from 2000 to 2009 of no ante-post favourite claiming victory before Mikael D'Haguenet justified ante-post favouritism in 2009.